"I always wanted to be a singer but never had a voice. It wasn't until after a life-changing event that I discovered my voice. I believe we all have a voice it's just a matter of finding it." -Victoria Lynne
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My name is Victoria Lynne, I am an 18-year-old Singer, Songwriter, and Performer.
My personality is very bold, sassy, and just to make things clear "I am the BOSS" and I believe in never giving up!
How I found my voice is an amazing journey: the past few years I have been challenged with a rare spinal condition called Spondyloptosis, in English that means one of my vertebrae is dislocated, and causing me a lot of problems.
I had my first surgery in October of 2016, and found out a year later the Titanium screws broke! (I guess I'm stronger than I thought) I had a second surgery to replace them in January 2018 and two months later a third surgery which was a complete success and gave me a full correction!
While recovering from my first surgery, I couldn't do many physical activities so I took up singing and discovered that I could sing.
I soon began singing at open mic nights, then industry mic nights with backing bands and appeared in a musical. Music has become my outlet for self-expression and I have a true passion for singing.
Some of my favorite singers are Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato, and Camila Cabello. I love signing the true classics, as well as some great new songs.
I’ve also written a few exciting originals and I hope to see you at one of my performances so I can sing them for you!
Going through all those appointments, therapies, and surgeries wasn't easy. There were times I felt like I couldn't go on and I couldn't push through all of the pain and stress and would meltdown and cry. I would get self-conscience at times, and I didn't always know what to do. It's at moments like these when I remember we have a strength inside of us that can overcome anything!
Music helped me through so many difficult times. I want to give back to that through my own music, and inspire others to stay true to their dreams. I am on a journey to empower others with my story and motivate people through my music.